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P. Mindek, M. E. Gröller and S. Bruckner Managing Spatial Selections With Contextual Snapshots Computer Graphics Forum 33

Version of Record online: 20 JUN 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/cgf.12406

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Spatial selections are a ubiquitous concept in visualization. By localizing particular features, they can be analyzed and compared in different views. However, the semantics of such selections often depend on specific parameter settings and it can be difficult to reconstruct them without additional information. In this paper, we present the concept of contextual snapshots as an effective means for managing spatial selections in visualized data. The selections are automatically associated with the context in which they have been created. Contextual snapshots can also be used as the basis for interactive integrated and linked views, which enable in-place investigation and comparison of multiple visual representations of data.

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